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So you've decided to start a law firm. If you're like most, you may have decided to start a solo practice as opposed to a partnership. After all, a solo practice is easy to set up and you have no one to answer to but yourself.
However, there may be situations in which it is worthwhile to find partners.
With all the attorneys and recent grads deciding to go solo, it shouldn't be too difficult to find a partner. Here are five reasons why you may want to consider starting a partnership as opposed to going the solo practice route:
Partnerships may not be for everyone. In fact, many attorneys may have started a solo practice just to get away from others. But if you are open to having partners, you should consider these reasons for forming a partnership.
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